A holy grail of European electronic dance music, and a classic at the Italian disco scene and Hamburg's Front club alike, is finally available again. Produced in 1984 by two mysterious friends during a hazy studio session in the small town of Aschaffenburg, Germany. "Kairo" is all you want from an oddball record: fun and funky, weird and wonderful. For safety reasons, it includes a persecution-proof instrumental version by Boris Dlugosch as well as the original B-side and completely atheistic "Kosak 2000". And to close with Mark Twain: "Man was made at the end of the week's work, when God was tired."